Hola Cottage Fix friends! It finally happened, fall has landed here on the East Coast. Yay! The air is cool, a few of our windows are open, and pumpkins are popping up all over town. Please just let me bask in this autumnal delight for a week or two, just to really soak it all in. Pretty please!
So with the weather starting to turn I couldn’t resist creating a bit of a fall tablescape, Cottage Fix style. I like something easy going, but still elegant. And of coarse, skimpy on the wallet. Why am I so cheap? Oh yeah, I remember… saving my pennies for a new pillow that I really need, because I always need a new pillow! Grin!
These pears are the perfect shade of red-ish to add warmth to my mostly blue and white space. So with a few pears from the market, a hunt in the back garden for pine cones, and the soft glow of tea tights I was well on my way to a cozy fall look. I tend to keep my centerpieces low, or else I find myself removing them every time we sit down to enjoy a meal. That gets old.
To make things look a tad less haphazard, I anchored everything with this natural cotton table runner. It’s a curtain panel from the thrift store that I washed and tore into shape to fit our dining table. Cheap, cheap, cheap!
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